This week is National Carers Week. There are over 6 million carers in the UK, 1 in every 8 of the working population, providing essential support to a relative, partner or friend in need. Many people are carers without even knowing it and many are unaware of the help that’s available.
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It's Mental Health Awareness week when we are all being encouraged to think about not only our own wellbeing but how we can help others
At some point in our lives mental health issues have affected us all. This can affect how we feel, how we think and also how we behave, but do we recognise the symptoms in order to manage and deal with …
Ever wondered how much exercise you get in an average day? It might be a lot more (or a lot less) than you think! What we do know is that keeping active improves our wellbeing.
The Charity for Civil Servants has a new animated learning toolkit which helps you focus on financial capability and how to make the most of your money.
If you think you might be a carer but you’re not sure check out the Carer’s Test designed to ask a few key questions to determine your caring role and how the Charity for Civil Servants can help.
It’s time to dig out your festive woollies, dress up for Christmas and support The Charity for Civil Servants’ Christmas Jumper Day on Thursday 14 December.
The Charity for Civil Servants is this week launching a campaign to help carers. The launch coincides with National Carers Rights Day on 24 November.
In line with its commitment to double the amount of help it offers to current, former and retired civil servants over the next five years, The Charity for Civil Servants is looking for volunteers right across the country to help spread the message.
Are you ready to Get Yellow? ‘Get Yellow’ is The Charity for Civil Servants’ annual fundraising week, running from 2 to 6 October. It’s a great opportunity to get together with your colleagues and be as inventive as you like!
In any year around 1 in 4 of us experiences a mental health problem. This training will help you to recognise the symptoms of mental health issues, provide initial help, and will also provide information on how to guide a person towards seeking appropriate professional help.
Insights from the recent launch of The Charity for Civil Servants’ mental wellbeing campaign indicates that many people are looking for advice on ‘How to Sleep Better’.
Mental Health First Aid England has approved Kath Cheer and Paul Horsman from the Charity for Civil Servants to deliver adult Mental Health First Aid courses.
The Charity for Civil Servants is this week launching a new campaign to help civil servants improve their wellbeing. The launch coincides with Mental Health Awareness Week.
It’s here and it’s bigger and better than ever before! The 2017 Walking Challenge! is back! Whether you want to lift your mood, shape up for summer, get more fresh air or even compete against your colleagues, it’s all possible if you accept the Challenge from The Charity for Civil Servants to walk 10,000 steps a day for 50 days.
Our very own occupational charity, The Charity for Civil Servants, has recently been talking to more and more people about effective budgeting, offering financial capability information as well as emergency help and debt advice.
The Charity for Civil Servants has recently been talking to people about effective budgeting, offering financial capability information as well as emergency help and debt advice. If you want to make informed decisions about your finances, and understand the risks and benefits of particular options, the Charity’s website has top tips to help you
The Charity for Civil Servants are running a 2 day training course for mental health first aid in Bristol.
We are hosting a Mental Health Discovery Session in partnership with the Charity for Civil Servants. The sessions focus on the theme of mental health and well-being and aim to raise awareness and provide the opportunity to learn more about stress management.
If you are in an emergency situation and affected by flooding or other extreme weather the Charity for Civil Servants is here to help.